3 stocks to sell before the next meltdown
Even with the market surging higher, it's time to take profits in these big names.
Yet there are some stocks that are just a bit too risky here and probably should be sent packing from your portfolio.
Meltdown coming? Say it ain't so!!!
Benny was SUPPOSED TO PREVENT THIS.
See, everybody? WE HAVE BEEN LIED TO.
The Federal Reserve is banking on Christmas to bail them out.
If the Grinch steals Christmas ... Watch out Wall Street...
The reality is that the market self corrects if needed.
At present there is no need for correction. Stocks are overall either at or under value.
We should see a continuation of growth at 16k plus in the year ahead. Just good value.
I would consider adding Tweeter, followed by google as looser. MS is also a dying beast so is IBM. Unless diversified Apple is also sinking. The biggest looser from Technology are telephone companies as technology will allow world wide customers to signup in any part of the world to get cheap cell phone service. It means India, China and Russia, Germany will be big players in providing very cheap cell phone and IT service in the near feature. Get ready for boat to rock and roll. Soon an OS that can not be attacked by virus will be introduced killing 100K plus jobs around the world. But new nano technology based housing construction will rise.
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These companies won't soar like other plays in the sector, but they make for great income sources.
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